Dinesh Kumar Prajapati, Bijnor. A 12-year-old lady was admitted by members of the family to CHC Nhataur for therapy after excessive fever and problem in respiration, from the place she was referred to Bijnor District Hospital. 108 for Bijnor District Hospital for therapy. The ambulance couldn’t be discovered.
The household took him from non-public ambulance to Bijnor. The lady was referred to the Meerut Higher Center by the district hospital. Due to non-recruitment of the lady by the physician of Meerut Higher Center, her household introduced her to Bijnor Hospital. Where he died throughout therapy.
Anusha daughter Masrur, a resident of Mohalla Halwaiyan of Nhataur, Bijnor, was affected by fever for four days. <! –
Whose household had given medication by exhibiting it to a personal physician. Anusha's well being all of a sudden worsened at four am on Wednesday. Due to the lockdown, the household knowledgeable the police. The police reached the spot and admitted the lady to the town CHC for therapy. The youngster had fever and problem in respiration. When the lady's situation didn’t enhance at CHC, the medical doctors referred her to Bijnor. It is alleged that for the ambulance to take the lady to Bijnor, a name was made to the Lucknow toll free quantity the place she didn’t present the ambulance on the district headquarters speaking about two ambulances.
Upon which the household instantly took him from non-public ambulance to Bijnor. The household alleges that the hospital administration didn’t recruit the lady when she wished to be admitted to the non-public hospital chosen for therapy by the DM. The household took him to Bijnor District Hospital the place he was referred to Meerut after seeing his situation worrisome.
The lady was additionally not admitted to Meerut Hospital, after which the household introduced her again to Bijnor. Where he died throughout therapy. There is chaos within the household as a result of demise of the lady youngster. In this regard, Medical Officer Incharge Dr. Gurcharan Singh informed that the lady had come to CHC. Who had fever and problem in respiration. He was referred to Bijnor after first support didn’t enhance. The family members had complained that ambulances had not been offered to them.